1. Meet your high school’s requirements. Be familiar with your school’s list of required courses for graduation. Most colleges (even online ones) require a high school diploma to enroll in a program that grants bachelor degrees.
Colleges recognize a student can only take advantage of accelerated courses if the high school provides them. If AP courses or IB programs are not offered, colleges understand. They only expect that a student will excel in the opportunities to which there is access. Colleges also understand different high schools have different requirements that may restrict what courses a student can take.